Keyamo apologises as senate resumes screening after initial uproar
The senate has resumed the screening of Festus Keyamo after the former minister tendered an apology to the lawmakers.
It could be recalled that the upper legislative chamber was thrown into chaos following a motion demanding that the screening of Keyamo be suspended.
At the resumed session, Keyamo apologised for ignoring the summons of the committee earlier, adding that the apology is without reservation.
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Keyamo stated that the disbursement of the N52 billion was supervised by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) while the payment was made to all intended beneficiaries.
The former minister said that he didn’t get a dime from the money.
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Chief Whip of the senate, Ali Ndume, said the senate president should put a question forward to the senators whether the Senate has accepted the apology or not.
Ndume moved a motion that the senate accept the apology, asking Festus to conduct himself properly in the future.